Third KON-Takte event in 2024 at the Schwerin Conservatory

4/19/24 in Schwerin

Helena Montag (© Mario Häring), Sungjin Choi (© Jinsu
Bae), Claudia Meures (© Michael Jungblut) and Jihye Sin, © Andreas Domjanic

The next dates:

  • Friday, Apr 19, 202419:00 - 21:00 clock
Classical Music

At the 3rd concert in the KON-Takte series on Friday, April 19, 2024 at 7 pm, visitors can experience a wonderful fusion of Romantic and Impressionist music.

At the 3rd concert in the KON-Takte series on Friday, 19.04.2024 at 7 pm, visitors can experience a wonderful fusion of romantic and impressionist music in the Brigitte Feldtmann Hall of the Schwerin Conservatory at Puschkinstraße 6.

Helena Montag (flute), Sungjin Choi (clarinet), Claudia Meures (saxophone) and Jihye Sin (piano) have formed an ensemble and will take guests on an emotional, musical journey.

Sungjin Choi teaches as a freelancer at the Schwerin Conservatory and Jihye Sin also lectures and teaches there. Claudia Meures also worked at the conservatory for a while and has performed at several concerts at the music school. This time, she will be a guest at the event, as will Helena Montag.

Admission to the event on 19.04.2024 costs 12 euros, concessions 8 euros. Tickets can be reserved by emailing Ms. Semlow at dsemlow@schwerin.de. Access to the Brigitte Feldtmann Saal is barrier-free.

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Prices

Admission to the event on 19.04.2024 costs 12 euros, concessions 8 euros.

Event dates
  • Friday, Apr 19, 2024 19:00 - 21:00 clock
Event Location

Schwerin Conservatory - Brigitte Feldtmann Hall

Puschkinstraße 6
19055 Schwerin


+49 385 555 89
http://www.konservatorium-schwerin.de
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